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Nine years ago a Wisconsin woman was fighting for her life, stuffed inside a garbage can, and dumped in an unheated storage locker in a northwest Chicago suburb.

This was Teri Jendusa Nicolai’s first 911 call. She was still at David Larsen’s house on Oakridge Dr. She placed this call after being beaten and stuffed into a garbage can.